Posts by Henry Elliss

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Credit Companies Causing Stir on Facebook

12 May 2008 | Henry Elliss

There’s a story hitting the papers today about credit companies using Facebook to target young consumers. The BBC reports that charity Credit Action claim adverts promising cheap loans for people with poor credit are appearing […]

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500 Friends… Do I Get a Prize?

7 May 2008 | Henry Elliss

Today I reached somewhat of a milestone in my Facebook life. Following on from my 1-year anniversary last month, I have now reached the dizzying height of having 500 friends. Before I joined Facebook I […]

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Social Networkers Set to Triple by 2012

6 May 2008 | Henry Elliss

After reports recently (including on this blog) about the UK being top of the European social networking charts, independent market analyst Datamonitor has predicted that membership will almost triple to 27m by 2012. That means […]

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Twitter Not Worth The Paper it’s Not Printed on?

1 May 2008 | Henry Elliss

There’s a very interesting post over at the AllFacebook blog talking about the latest valuation of some of the hot digital properties. Based on valuations (tenuously) calculated over at the Silicon Alley Insider, Facebook is […]

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UK Facebook Users Break 10 Million Mark

25 April 2008 | Henry Elliss

Well, we knew it was coming and finally on Wednesday the number of UK users on Facebook surpassed the 10 million mark (see my graphs below). As well as showing that previous reports of Facebook’s […]

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When CAPTCHA’s Go Bad!

22 April 2008 | Henry Elliss

My colleague Barrie was applying for a new Gmail account today when he stumbled upon the following in his application form – a very questionable piece of CAPTCHA text! Where do Google get these from?! […]

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Facebook Slimming Down… But Why?

21 April 2008 | Henry Elliss

As several bloggers have noted lately, Facebook seems to be dropping features on a weekly basis. In just the last month alone, the following features have been trimmed from the site: Networks – or the […]

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New UK Laws to Outlaw Flogging

16 April 2008 | Henry Elliss

… Flogging of course being the term for Fake Blogging! New laws being introduced in the UK next month should see fake bloggers being penalised (or even arrested) for their actions, according to the IPA. […]

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Facebook Lexicon Arrives

16 April 2008 | Henry Elliss

Those of you who are regular readers of our blogs – or indeed are long-time clients – will know how fond we are in the ‘Search and Social Media’ team of the Google Zeitgeist report, […]

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Facebook chat coming soon?

3 April 2008 | Henry Elliss

According to the guys at AllFacebook.com, the launch of the much-hyped Facebook chat client could come this week. The clues to this imminent change? Apparently there are a number of javascript changes being implemented by […]

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